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A 41-year-old man is in jail charged with the shooting death of another man early Sunday morning in Phoenix, police said. Eric Norwood faces first-degree murder and other felony charges in the … more
PHOENIX – Near the intersection of South 11th Avenue and West Jefferson Street in Phoenix, the heat is intense. For those who live along the street in tents and makeshift shelters, this heat … more
The city of Phoenix has a new system for short-term rentals. It’s just not the system officials wanted. Phoenix City Council last week unanimously approved an updated short-term rental … more
PHOENIX - After a summer of extreme heat, Phoenix is in the record books again. This time for notching a record for dry heat. The National Weather Service said the monsoon this year in the … more
The growth of the Laveen area of Phoenix is not limited to housing and commercial developments but the school district as well. With a budget of up to $110 million, the Laveen Elementary School … more
A man committed suicide near 21 st and Glenrosa avenues Friday night during a Phoenix police investigation into the homicide of a 31-year-old woman, authorities said. A shooting occurred about 9 … more

PHOENIX – Turf Paradise is back in the saddle. Ten days after announcing live racing would cease at Turf Paradise, and therefore off-track betting sites would shut down as well, the track … more
The sixth annual Gateway for Cancer Research Vino Con Stelle, co-hosted by Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson and Mr. Richard J Stephenson, is coming up Oct. 14. The fundraiser is an evening of wine under … more
A motorcyclist died after being hit by a car Thursday night near 19th Avenue and Indian School Road, Phoenix police said. A witness said the motorcyclist was riding south on 19 th Avenue and, … more
PHOENIX — “An elderly woman walked out of the house, with no water, no phone and she decided she was going to go hiking in the brutal summer heat. And she didn’t come home. Hours … more
Felipe Moreno will begin his new role as Phoenix public works director on Monday.   Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton selected Moreno, the city’s assistant public works director, … more
Barro’s Pizza is partnering with Dr Pepper to award $10,000 to one Arizona student in the 12th annual Barro’s Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway. more
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded one of its first HSI Center of Excellence grants to create the Arizona Research Center for Housing Equity and Sustainability. more

The puck drops Oct. 21 at Mullet Arena in Tempe as the Arizona Coyotes begin another season complete with theme nights and giveaways. For example, fans attending the opener against the Anaheim … more
 Confirmed heat-associated deaths in Maricopa County continue rising even as the weather turns cooler in the hottest metropolitan area in the U.S. This weekend's forecast calls for high … more
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges in a lawsuit filed Friday that Bark If You’re Dirty, a Valley pet store with locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale, violated federal civil rights laws. more
Two winning Powerball tickets worth $50,000 each were sold for the Sept. 27 drawing, but the big jackpot remained unclaimed. The winners were sold at the Circle K, 3441 Union Hills Drive in … more
Weekend freeway work will affect drivers along eastbound I-10 in the Goodyear-Buckeye area, and state transportation officials also said travelers should allow extra time heading to Sky Harbor … more
The Del E. Webb Foundation has donated $100,000 to Hushabye Nursery to renovate approximately 1,000 square feet in their basement to create a new board room, two telehealth offices, two administrative offices, and one restroom. more
Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix is getting ready to kick off its 5th annual Pumpkin Patch. more

A Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott on Central Avenue in Phoenix is under new ownership. more
President Joe Biden paid tribute to the late Arizona Sen. John McCain Thursday while campaigning for a second term during a Tempe speech. The president announced “new federal funds” … more
Not a lot is changing with the Valley’s housing market now with low supply, low demand and mortgage rates that haven’t been this high in more than 20 years. High mortgage rates along … more
The boyfriend of a Navajo woman whose case was emblematic of a movement launched to draw attention to an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women was convicted of first-degree murder in her … more
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